State Sen. Karin Housley and her former campaign manager, Amy Koch, will share the stage at MinnRoast 2019

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Former Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch, left, is a MinnRoast veteran. This will be state Sen. Karin Housley's first appearance on the State Theatre stage.

Amy Koch is once again bringing her quick wit to the MinnRoast stage. Whether she’s spinning her “DFL Decision Wheel” (below) or delivering a biting monologue, Koch gently skewers her peers and leaves the State Theatre crowds laughing. This year she is joined by state Senator Karin Housley. Make sure to get your tickets to see what these two ladies have planned!

MinnRoast is the highlight of Minnesota’s political calendar. Every year politicians, journalists, actors, and singers converge at the State Theatre to gently skewer Minnesota politics and each other. Acts are wide-ranging in this variety show  from monologues and video sketches to songs and parodies.

State Sen. Karin Housley and Amy Koch joins a packed cast including: Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith, KARE11’s Jana Shortal, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, the entire Minnesota delegation to the U.S. House, actress Sally Wingert, choral group, OutLoud! and more!

Buy your tickets online through Ticketmaster or in-person at the State Theatre box office.

Become a MinnRoast Patron to receive premium seats and access to the exclusive pre-show reception. Patron packages can be purchased at MinnRoast.com.

MinnPost Gold and Platinum members receive a 25 percent discount on show-only tickets. You can become a MinnPost Gold member by donating $10 or more a month. Gold and Platinum members can contact the Membership Team for their discount code.

Not only is MinnRoast a fun night out, it’s also MinnPost’s biggest fundraising event of the year, garnering crucial financial support for our nonprofit newsroom. If you can’t make the show, but want to get behind MinnPost’s in-depth coverage of Minnesota, you can make a tax-deductible donation right now.

For more information about MinnRoast, please visit MinnRoast.com.

Comments (1)

  1. Submitted by Hiram Foster on 04/15/2019 - 10:25 am.

    What occurred to me over the weekend is that what is missing from the MinnRoast this year is Nick Coleman’s griping about it.

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